Saturday, October 22, 2005

Yea for another MaryJanice Davidson 'Undead' novel!!!

MaryJanice's Undead novels are like Godiva truffles (the dark chocolate ones). I adore them and eat them up!! Especially with a glass or three of lovely red wine...don't miss her latest - I won't!

UNDEAD AND UNRETURNABLE by MaryJanice Davidson
(Berkley, October 25, 2005)

Even the undead celebrate Christmas, and Betsy is in heaven shopping for gifts. But all is not merry in the mansion. It’s become infested with ghosts—really needy ones who have no qualms asking Betsy to run errands for them to rectify their pasts. Meanwhile, a serial killer is on the loose, and, being tall and blonde, Betsy perfectly fits his type. They say Christmas is a time for friends and family. But with a half-sister who’s the devil’s daughter, an evil stepmother, a fiend living in her basement, and assorted spirits and killers running amok, Betsy is not sure she’ll survive the holidays. Oh, right. She’s already dead…

Excerpt:
http://www.maryjanicedavidson.net/Undead%20and%20Unreturnable.htm

Cover:
http://www.maryjanicedavidson.net/new%20re3.jpg

ABOUT MARYJANICE DAVIDSON
MaryJanice Davidson is the best-selling author of several romance novels, including UNDEAD AND UNWED and HELLO GORGEOUS. Her books have been on the USA Today best seller list, as well as the New York Times list. She lives in Minnesota with her husband, two children, and dog, and is secretly addicted to Peanut Buster Parfaits.

REVIEWS
“This is one of the funniest, most satisfying series to come along lately. If you’re fans of Sookie Stackhouse and Anita Blake, don’t miss Betsy Taylor. She rocks.”—The Best Reviews

“Mary Janice Davidson is a refreshing voice to both the romance and vampire world of writing…I cannot recommend her enough!”—ParaNormal Romance Reviews

Website: http://www.maryjanicedavidson.net

5 comments:

Jess said...

I have been waiting for this one!

PC Cast said...

Me too Jess! MJD makes me smile...even without wine.

Jess said...

I always reach a point when I'm writing, around pg 75 or so, when I get bogged down...I know where the story is going but I get stuck on the way. Bleh. Time for some wine.

PC Cast said...

Well Jess, I've always thought that one of the things that distinguishes published authors from writers is that authors push through that "bogged down" point and manage to get the books finished. Honestly, I believe that being published is 9 parts tenacity and 1 part talent. The first 250 pages of a 100,000 word manuscript is a usually a struggle for me, but I force my way through it. Just get the words down and get past the rough part. You can always go back and rewrite!

Jess said...

Thanks pc.
Off topic...my husband did a really sweet thing. He took all his extra computer pieces and set up a second computer just for me...now if I can just keep my 14 mth old from poking at the keyboard and stealing the mouse:P